4 Best Soya Milk spots in Bangkok

Cheers to the soybean lovers! There are plenty of freshmade soya milk stalls in Bangkok city for you to choose from.

If you have not decided which one you should visit, check out the 4 best soya milk spots in Bangkok: Yong He Dou Jiang, Jae Wan, Tee Auan Po Pla, and Charcoal Soymilk.  

Yong He Dou Jiang

Established in 1999, Yong He Dou Jiang is famous for authentic soya milk and delicious Chinese cuisine. The must-try Chinese dishes here are xiao long bao, crispy pan-fried dumplings, and fried rice with egg and XO sauce. Vegetarian dishes are also available. 

Xiao Long Bao

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Apart from a variety of desserts, the signature of this restaurant is the nutritious and vitamin-packed soya milk! Purely made from soybeans with no starch added, it is available in 2 flavors: original and black soya milk. 

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To travel here is easy, just take the BTS Skytrain to Chong Nonsi station and walk for about 100 meters.  

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Opening Hours: Daily, 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Location: Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Road, Silom, Bang Rak Bangkok

Starting Price: 20 THB for original soya milk, 50 THB for black soya milk

Jae Wan Suan Luang Chula

This place is well-known for a wide variety of authentic thai desserts. You can choose your dessert from the menu or create your own combination! 

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The must-order are black sesame dumplings (tangyuan) in hot ginger soup and fresh homemade soya milk. You can also add other ingredients such as redbean, barley, and ginkgo nuts to your soya milk. The desserts here are served with a mildly sweet flavor. Sugar and syrup on each table are for you to adjust the sweetness to your preference. 

Black Sesame Dumplings in Hot Ginger Soup with Sweet Potato

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Given the large portion and highly affordable price, this stall is usually quite crowded. We recommend you to visit early to avoid the queue. To get here, you can either take a taxi or the BTS Skytrain followed by motorcycle taxi or walking. 

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Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 3 PM to 10.30 PM

Location: Chula 22, Bantadthong Road, Bangkok

Starting Price: 25 baht

Tee Auan Po Pla

A famous freshly made soya milk shophouse, Tee Auan Po Pla offers a great mixture of desserts, including plain soya milk, soya milk with toppings, dough fritters, beancurd in ginger soup, and bread with pandan custard dip. You can choose any sweet or savory toppings such as barley, jelly, tofu skin, and red beans. Another famous dessert is healthy black sesame paste, which you can ask for sugar-free. These price-friendly hot dishes are perfect for warming your belly. 

Soya Milk With Toppings

Beancurd In Ginger Soup With Dough Fritters

If you are looking for a full meal, this place also serves savory modern Chinese food. The recommended menus are mala noodle and pan-fried dumplings, which come in 4 flavors: pork, chicken, chicken with cheese, and shrimp.

4-flavor dumplings

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 To get here, you can take a public bus or the BTS Skytrain in Krung Thonburi station, followed by a taxi.

Opening Hours: Everyday 9 AM to 11 PM 

Location: Between Charoen Nakhon 17 and 19 alley, Bangkok 

Starting price: 8 THB for plain soya milk, 60 THB for pan-fried dumplings

Charcoal Soymilk

With a health-conscious trend, soya milk has become a popular snack. If you are looking for authentic soya milk without added dairy or starch, charcoal soymilk is one of the best stalls to visit. 

It is well-known for premium Nam Tao Hu Tao Tan, rare soya milk made from pure soybeans cooked on a charcoal stove, giving a wonderful smoky flavor and smell. There is a wide selection of toppings for you to choose such as black sesame, green bean, pumpkin in syrup, and attap fruit. You also have a choice of hot, cold, frappe, or even gelato float with homemade ice cream. 

Charcoal Soya Milk With Toppings

Assorted Drinks 

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The recipe is inherited from the owner’s family, who runs a renowned soya milk stall in Ubon Ratchathani. There is a small seating space with modern-styled decorations for you to dine in. To get here, you can take a taxi or the BTS Skytrain to Thonglor station, followed by a 10-minute walk. 

Opening Hours: Everyday 10 AM to 9 PM 

Location: LG Floor, Eight Thonglor, Bangkok 

Starting Price: 50 THB for plain soya milk, 55 THB for soya milk gelato

Whether you are a fan of soybean or just crave soya milk, we’ve got you covered. From the 4 best soya milk stalls list, each shop has its own uniqueness. Choose what suits your style the most. If not, visit and try them all!

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